Aquatic Ecology & Evolution

About Me

I am a post-doctoral researcher currently working in the interface of four research groups of the Department of Fish Ecology & Evolution. Our project aims to explore the relationship between diversification, biodiversity, and biomass across temporal scales. In the past 6 years, my research has focused on speciation models. In particular, I have addressed the roles of spatial structuring, population expansion, genetic incompatibilities and non-random mate choice in the evolution of reproductive isolation.

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